Martha "Annie" Pitzer, born in 1822 in Licking County, Ohio, to John and Elizabeth (DeBott) Pitzer. She married James Quick in 1840 in Ohio. They came overland from the Midwest to Oregon in 1853, with five children in tow, and settled in Tillamook County. She had four more children once they arrived in Oregon Territory. Annie died in Tillamook in 1888. The child pictured here with her could be either Charles (born 1859) or, less likely, Nellie (born 1865).
Charles N. Moe, who was stationed at Fort Sutter during the Indian Wars as a Captain in the U.S. Army. He came to Oregon, then moved to California by 1860. He was born in about 1827, and married Ellen Hall in Nebraska in 1861.
A single pencil sketch of Camp Watson, Oregon dated to 1865. The First Regiment Oregon volunteer Cavalry maintained Camp Watson from 1864 to 1869 during the conflict with members of the Bannock, Shoshoni, and Paiute peoples known as the Snake War.